Paris Interior Design Projects’ style and French country décor get the furniture to impact a flowing feel to a living space. Lines are curved, while there is no hint of ornamentation or opulence, as natural materials, like wood with carvings and a low key finish, are used. Let’s discuss some aspects of French style interior design projects that stand out, talking about different kinds of Parisien interior design projects, and then moving on to elements design styles in different kinds of living spaces.
Using neutral tones as the base of interiors, classic style is constant throughout the home design. And if even if at first sight it seems a bit cluttered, once you observe carefully each room, you’ll see how each piece of modern furniture design fits into the open floor plan area. Such a stunning and inspiring interior design by Diff Studio!
It was in 1907 that the Meurice inaugurated a roof garden, originally conceived as a summer restaurant. Today, the 7th and top floor of the hotel is solely devoted to the Belle Etoile Suite, which is housed in a structure added in the 50s; a project designed by Lally & Berger. BRABBU makes a statement in this interior design elevating the project to more refined decor. With 250m2 of interior space and 350m2 private terrace, it offers guests breath-taking and exceptional views of the monuments of Paris like the Louvre, the Orsay Museum and the Eiffel Tower.
Composed by Yann Gasparini, Jazz, Soul and Funk music lover, painted by Julie Gauthron, the funkiest decorator in Parisian hotel industry, renovated by Elegancia Hotels as well as AD-Tango, and cleverly set to music by Parisian Dj and record dealer François Mazza, the Idol Hotel is a joyful hymn to Black Music from the 60’s to the ’80s. DightFULL comes to give a more ‘funky’ look to it- and it totally worked!
A new luxury apartment has emerged in Paris and it is inside where all the gems hide. A trip down vintage times merged with a modern design that will make anyone fall in love with it. There aren’t enough adjectives to describe the multilayered Paris luxury apartment of antique dealer and designer Philippe Rapin and his partner in crime. Philippe Rapin and Sylvie de Chirée thrive in this Right Bank apartment with inimitable views and a dynamic collection.
Discover how Champeau and Wilde’s signature style is exemplified in their recently completed new home, a two-bedroom apartment in the culturally vibrant Nouvelle Athènes district in Paris. The 1,600 sqft property hadn’t been altered since 1956, but Champeau and Wilde were particularly impressed with its full-length balcony and the light and space distribution. They spent nine months renovating and furnishing the space to transform it into their dream home.
In Paris, the city of lights and the home of iconic design is nestled a luxurious and eclectic 1450 square feet apartment, by Boca do Lobo Design Studio. An apartment fit for the most creative minds, this project is one of the many homes of a prolific architect, who also dabbles in the art dealing world. We sat down with the design team behind this modern project – Boca do Lobo Design Studio – to find out more of what it entailed. The client was looking for “a place where classic and contemporary come together” says the studio. A multimillion-dollar penthouse that reflects the owner’s love for collectable design and the client’s needs to have a functional space for work and to be inspired at the same time.
So, from all that passion and inspiration Somewhere in Clichy – in the 9th arrondissement of Paris – there is a stunning place that was the subject of a home makeover by interior design studio 10surdix, that almost looks like taken from a movie. This French team created an inspiring modern home filled with industrial accents and a mid-century lighting design by DelightFULL, along with a mid-century sideboard by Essential Home. This is a project that you won’t ever forget.
In the hands of Pierre Yovanovitch, the Paris apartment that iconic designer Jean-Michel Frank once called home gets a spectacular new lease on life. Not all was lost, of this historic apartment, as Paris-based designer Pierre Yovanovitch discovered when he took on its most recent redesign for a French family.
Designed at the start of the 19th century by Charles Percier and Pierre Fontaine, leading architects of the day, the four-story buildings were completed in the mid-1830s. Today, the apartments within offer some of the most spectacular views anywhere in the heart of Paris, overlooking the iconic sweep from the Place de la Concorde to the Louvre, and Jean Louis-Deniot decided to completely redesign this entire luxury home and to give it a “fresher” look.
Closer to Canal Saint-Martin and the upper Marais than to any of the typical tourist destinations — the Providence Hotel in Paris is largely uncharted territory for hotels, and there’s no better feeling for a boutique hotelier than breaking new ground, has Pierre Moussié has discovered.
Redo Of A Paris Apartment by Lorenzo Castillo
To enter the world of my friend Lorenzo Castillo is to embark on a journey into the sublime, a fairy-tale dream of extravagance and magic. Such is certainly the case in one of his latest projects, a pied-à-terre on the Left Bank of Paris that he designed for a Spanish client and his French wife.
Laurent Maugoust’s interest is towards places steeped in history, where he can create personal projects in which he strives to develop his own creative language. So it is no wonder that Laurent Maugoust was invited to design Hotel Victor Hugo, a four-star hotel located at the heart of Paris.
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